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Le Creuset 3-Ply Stainless-Steel 2-Quart Covered Saucepan


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  • Precision pour rim to prevent spills
  • Brushed stainless exterior is easy to clean and resists fingerprints
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Capacity Markings on inside of pan
  • Riveted Handles for added strength
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 3.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00013ZHOK
  • Item model number: SS1100-16
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #487,489 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Le Creuset Stainless Steel features 3 Ply construction: Steel/Aluminum/Steel for even, all-around heat distribution with no hot spots. 18/10 exterior make it ideal for all cookware surfaces including induction.

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There is also a helper handle, and the handles stay cool to the touch.
mygirlmom
Le Creuset is taking a shot at the high-end stainless cookware market with an exceptional product.
kathycooks
The pan is balanced and light, but with enough heft to feel substantial and well-made.
DiaperDad

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mygirlmom on January 25, 2011
For years I have been looking for a quality alternative to the over-rated and very expensive All Clad. All Clad has the most uncomfortable handles ever made, even the new improved version. Piazza out of Italy has been one of my favorites, but it has become virtually impossible to buy in the US, if they are even being made anymore. This new line by Le Creuset is a winner, and it has some features that make it much better than All Clad. The handle is nice to hold, no sharp edges or danger of rolling in the hand when the pan is full and heavy. There is also a helper handle, and the handles stay cool to the touch. I love the rolled rim (a favorite feature on my beloved Piazza pans), as it helps prevents drips down the side and makes pouring a lot more exact. There are also measurement markings on the inside of the pan. I wouldn't rely on them exclusively, but it is nice to have for a guesstimate, or for keeping track of a reduction. So far I only have this size and the steamer insert, but I plan on adding to my collection. I also like that I can buy these open stock. Don't need a whole set, just want to fill in gaps or replace worn out or lesser quality cookware. This line is so well made my daughter will be inheriting it someday!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By PhotoDad on July 13, 2010
After doing rigorous comparison shopping, including looking at commercial clad cookware like Vollrath Tribute, I consider the new Le Creuset cookware to be the best available, hands down. The lids are thicker, the pot bodies are heavier, and the handles are more comfortable. These pots and pans put brands like All Clad to shame.

Yes, they are made in China. Only All Clad, which now makes their handles and lids off-shore too (they don't tell you where) and Vollrath are made in the US. All Clad is no better than Cuisinart (which would be my second choice, and a lot cheaper) or Calphalon, now discontinued, in the clad cookware category. And All Clad is ridiculously expensive, which in my opinion is completely unjustifiable, not to mention that their handles are as uncomfortable as they come.

If I didn't care about looks I would have gone with Vollrath, but the Le Creuset are very attractive (for pots and pans). The new handles are thick and easy to grasp. The finish is impeccable.

Highly recommended
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By VIRGINIA on October 24, 2010
My first choice was to Buy America when I decided I needed to replace my 40 year old Farberware. After reading many reviews I bought some All Clad. After using it for several months I concluded that it is too heavy and it is impossible to get a good grip. I had avoided LeCreuset stainless because it was made in China but decided to give the small saucepan a try. No Contest! I bought more LeCreuset. The LeCreuset is better balanced, comfortable handles and on some an auxiliary handle and the lip around the edge serves to hold the covers. However the biggest difference is that when I use the AllClad I always have to use the recommended Bar Keepers Friend to remove the water marks. I use the LeCreuset every morning to boil water and I NEVER have to clean up water marks. The finish on the LeCreuset just seems better. I love it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DiaperDad on January 25, 2012
I've had a handful of pieces of LeCreuset Stainless Steel Cookware for about two months, cooking roughly 19 meals per week. They're all great performers and very attractive. This line is basically All-Clad Stainless for 30% less. They are made in China, which is a sticking point for some people, but I am convinced that quality has not suffered. It's simply an incredible pan for a better price. Other reviews state that this line approaches or equals All-Clad Stainless, and surpasses Calphalon Stainless.

These pans are fully clad, meaning the aluminum core extends up the sides; it's not only in the bottom. They are incredibly responsive on my gas stovetop. I actually thought they were too fast when I first got them, but now it's just another quality I appreciate. They heat quickly and extremely evenly. You often use a lower heat to achieve the same results.

The handles are comfortable, a good length, and rarely get too hot (obviously, they get hot during oven use). They are made to fit through the handles of the lids, which is a convenient storing option. And incidentally, the lids are great, since they're stainless, too, instead of glass. This means no crud build-up around the edge, and they seal great. The same lids work on both of the saucepans I have.

It has an excellent lifetime warranty. Thankfully I haven't had to use that, but I did use it with a Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 15-3/4-Inch Oval Fish Skillet, Flame, and was very pleased. (It was a lengthy process at nearly a month, but given that I got a brand new replacement for a $200 pan that was 4 years old, it seemed quite generous.)

These pans are a little taller and narrower than most other brands' saucepans. This helps when boiling something long, like asparagus.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kathycooks on April 10, 2010
Le Creuset is taking a shot at the high-end stainless cookware market with an exceptional product.
I got a set of these from a major department store. The quality is excellent. The saucepans are heavy and similar to the All-Clad, with 3-ply layering that isn't just on the bottom, but all the way up the sides. The rims are designed for pouring without the contents dribbling down the side of the pan. The handle is comfortable, although the pan is heavy. The lids are snug fitting and the bottoms are nice and even - perfect for induction cooking.
They are dishwasher safe, but I'm going to hand wash them, at least until the novelty wears off :-)
I have only used them a few times so I can't say how well they hold up, but the well respected company offers a lifetime warranty.
They're beautiful and a pleasure to cook with.
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